Established in the mid 1960s, the Movement Against Uranium Mining was a lobbying group against the mining of uranium in Australia. The Movement was also source of information for the Australian public on all nuclear issues. In 1994 the Movement reduced its activities to distributing information.
Movement Against Uranium Mining (MAUM) commenced as a group c.1976 to lobby against uranium mining in Australia. They also acted as one point in a network of anti-nuclear organisations which included Nuclear Free Australia and Friends of the Earth (FOE) who all cooperated on joint campaigns. It was also an educational resource group for school and a general source of public information on Australian and internation al nuclear issues. The activities of the group were reduced to distributing information in 1994.
Tharunka (Kensington, NSW : 1953 - 2010) Monday 1 August 1977 p 7 Article
... concern about thepotential hazards. The Australian movementagainsturaniummining and export must be seen ... k ^ The opposition by many Australians to uraniummining - and export is part of a rapdily growing ...
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Tharunka (Kensington, NSW : 1953 - 2010) Monday 17 October 1977 p 13 Article Illustrated
... THE POLITICS OF URANIUM It is important to see the Government's decision to mine and export ... Australian Uranium in its proper political context. UraniumMining is not just a social/ economic issue nor ...
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Tharunka (Kensington, NSW : 1953 - 2010) Wednesday 15 September 1976 p 20 Article
... for or againstmining), the Liberal Government intends to exploit the uranium deposits and fuel the ... resolutions against the mining of uranium regardless of the Ranger Enquiry will shortly be confronted by the ...
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